Proverbs 26:2 NLT
Like a fluttering sparrow or a darting swallow, an undeserved curse will not land on its intended victim.
After Ade became a Christian, his life turned around and he became successful in life more than all his brothers, who still practiced pagan, ancestral worship. This made some of them very envious and bitter to the point of concocting and placing charms outside his house, in the hopes that it kills him.
However long they waited, nothing happened to him and soon after, all those involved in the scheme fell ill one by one, suffering that which they thought would happen to him. In shame, they called for a family meeting where they confessed and begged Ade for forgiveness.
Many still harbor fear even after salvation, especially of curses from sorcery or divination instead of walking in boldness and authority. They even refuse to visit certain places or act and talk like a Christian before certain people for fear of them being cursed.
Christ Jesus, blotted out every record of our sins and consequently redeemed us also from all their associated curses when He shed His blood on the cross, ensuring that we shouldn’t live any longer in fear of them or of any new pronouncements made against us because, in Him, we have divine immunity (Gen 12:3, Gal 3:13-14, Col 2:14).
Therefore, for a believer who is deeply rooted in God and dwells constantly in His presence, no curse is permitted to reign over his life, as it must first go through God and Christ before it gets to him. We know from God’s Word that this will definitely fail (Num 23:19-24, Isa 54:17, Zec 2:8, Col 3:3).
Go into today knowing that as you hide your life in Christ Jesus, you shall never be a victim, as no divination, curse or spell is permitted to rest over your life. Your immunity is assured.
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